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Finding the Right Price for Short-Term Housing in NYC

Although finding furnished short-term housing in NYC can put a lot of pressure on your mind and pocket, it doesn't have to be painful.

Keeping it Lean: Finding the Freebies in NYC

We highlights the many opportunities available in NYC for startups looking to ease the financial burden of running a new business.

Old World, New Tech

Despite being hard hit by the financial crisis, European cities remain ahead of their counterparts in the United States in adopting new technology aimed at improving services.

Kick off your US Career Search the Right Way, Part 2: Resources for Licensed Fields

The second part of this two-part series, employment expert Sarah Olson shares tips on how licensed professionals can succeed.

Changing Locations Could Be the Best Thing for your Startup (It Was for Us)

Mexican entrepreneur Pablo Rivera shares why he moved his app company to the Big Apple.


 

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The New York Children's Theater Festival

The New York Children's Theater Festival

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April 24, 2014

Pack Your Perfect New York City Picnic Set up your blanket in one of the city's many green spaces, from Central Park to Prospect Park, and pack your basket with some of New York's best picnic fare. Visit these spots, or have your picnic group divide and conquer to assemble a fantastic outdoor...

By Tracy Kaler

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April 24, 2014

Rôtisserie Georgette Who’d have thought that a French restaurant that serves meats on a rôtisserie would be one of the breakout hits of 2014? Georgette Farkas thought so. Rôtisserie Georgette is consistently full, and I had a tougher time booking it than almost any restaurant...

By Marc Shepherd

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April 24, 2014

The Start of a NYC Manufacturing Revival This data analysis shows that New York City's manufacturing sector is finally showing signs of strength. The city lost at least 5,000 manufacturing jobs every year from 1997 to 2010, but over the past three years employment in the sector has held steady, ...

By Center for an Urban Future

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